|Music and the Invasion of Technology - WGBH|
Christine Southworth, composer, Brown University & MIT; Evan Ziporyn, professor, music, MIT Composers Evan Ziporyn (Bang On A Can and Gamelan Galak Tika) and Christine Southworth (the robot opera Zap!) perform new works for robots and humans, on western and traditional Balinese instruments. Afterwards, they discuss how technology influences the musical experience for composers, performers and listeners.Art and science have continually flirted over the centuries...
|From Jazz to Hip Hop and Beyond - WGBH|
Emmett Price III, musician Emmett Price III examines the connections between jazz, hip hop and other music forms. Price, a musician and educator, discusses the importance of music as a means of communication and its capacity to bridge generational and other interpersonal gaps. PBS | NPR Forum Network program with WGBH Lectures Boston Public Library 2008 Apr 29
|Shubha Mudgal: Gender and Art in South Asia - WGBH|
Shubha Mudgal, vocalist, musician, composer; Rajashree Ghosh, resident scholar, WSRC, Brandeis; Ulka Anjaria, assistant professor, English, Brandeis; Harleen Singh, co-chair, South Asian studies program, Brandeis Musician Shubha Mudgal explores how gender and art interact and intersect in South Asia. From a living tradition extending back thousands of years, Shubha Mudgal's richly textured voice takes the listener on a musical journey that draws inspiration from medieval Sufi poetry, romantic lo...